Say hello to a new look!
With an area rug, you can have your cake and eat it, too. Having the elegance of beautiful hardwood floors and the comfort and stylishness of carpet? It's a win-win. The possibilities are endless with varying styles, sizes, materials, and colors to choose from.
Make it whatever you want it to be!
Area rugs are practical and cozy. They provide extra protection for hardwood floors and add an extra layer of comfort when placed overtop carpeting. Area rugs are made from many materials to suit your environment. Whether you live alone or with pets, there is a rug with your name on it! Have fun with color and function today!
Why get an area rug?
Area rugs can be subtle or bold, soft and delicate, or thick and plush. Rugs come in a myriad of materials such as wool, silk, cotton, natural fibers, and many synthetic options. There as so many factors!
They're easy to move
Area rugs can be rolled up, stored, and moved into different homes with you. If you are renting a home, an area rug is a great way to personalize the space without investing lots of money or making permanent changes.
They can be very budget-friendly
Area rugs come in a range of prices. It's very possible to find the perfect area rug for your space that won’t break the bank!
They're easy to maintain
Cleaning an area rug can be as simple as washing and drying, although some types require more specialized cleaning methods. In general, it is significantly cheaper to clean an area rug over an entire carpet.
No installation needed!
What could be easier? Just place it on the floor, unroll it, and you're done!
They aren't permanent
If you are not ready to commit to a permanent look or prefer to have the option to frequently swap in different styles when your mood or taste changes, then an area rug is the way to go.
Make sure that the area rug you select is large enough to fit into the layout of your room. It can look awkward, for instance, if your rug is not evenly placed in the middle of your furniture arrangement. Similarly, it can create uncomfortable imbalances when either the front or back legs of a chair are not on the rug. Measure the area and consider your furniture arrangements before buying!